Cristobal High School
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
In Memory Of
"Robert was a person who always had a real
excitement about experiencing life."
Rev. Greg Seeber
Gatun Union Church
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Seniors .... 41
HallSOf Fame ................... 64
Juniors S. S77 S
Sophomoresfcm ...... ...... ..... 87
Autographs ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 s 0 189
Queen Linda Stone and her escorts Jason Johnson, Victor
Rivera, Bruce Egolf and Luis Negate
The Queen and her Court
Queen Susan Bell
Since 1973 Cristobal High School has had an annual
book fair sponsored by the Canal Zone Council of the
International Reading Association.
This year at the third fair, over one thousand
paperbacks and hardbacks were sold at reduced prices.
The book fair was held October 12-15. Students attended
the fair during their English Class.
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America is open spaces to roam.
She is country that millions call home.
She is a country of drab and of bright.
But one for which all, surely, must fight.
She has easily endured many a foe.
And her reputation has suffered many a blow.
But all who have known her and all who can see.
Know that America is and for a long time will be.
America is people
America is love
America is freedom
In competition with about
12 other contestants, Keith
Allaun was awarded first place in
the Voice of Democracy contest.
The poem above was written by
Keith and was part of his winning
entry. Congratulations Keith!
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Our Principal Dr. Holmgrain
After just two years, our Principal, Dr.
Everett Holngrain, has become a familiar and
welcome face in our hallways. He carries with him
at all times an aura of fairness and of caring.
Under his leadership our teachers have blossomed
and we have enjoyed his friendly smile each time
we have met him in his office or the hall. Thank
you, Dr. Holmgrain for an extra fine year.
Mr. Mowery Mrs. Gegg
Diverse in their roles, but each a part of
guidance in their own way, are Mr. Renno, Mr.
Palumbo, Mrs. Gegg, and Mr. Mowery. As Vice
V Principal, Mr. Renno's job is generally one of dis-
cipline, while Mr. Palumbo, attendance counselor,
spends his time keeping track of who's not in
S1 school. In the Guidance Counselor area are Mrs.
Gegg, the girls' counselor and Mr. Mowery, the
boys' counselor. Both the counselors devote their
nC time to taking care of student schedules and
Mr. Jim Palumbo r
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Mr. Wells, Librarian
Mrs. Blanchette, Nurse Dr. La Garza
You were here before us, and you have learned the way ahead. We know there are places you've been
and times you've known, and now it's our time to tread. You have taken time and taught us all you have
come to know. We, your students, thank you. It's strange how sad we are to go. We hope that with our goals
and thoughts in mind, we will learn the many lines that you . already have read.
Ms. Allaun, Eng. I; Sh. Story, H.S. Read.
Mr. Bock, Geo.; Intro. Analysis: Calc.
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Mr. Berger, Soc. St. 7 & 8
Capt. Brown, ROTC
Mr. Campbell, Eng. I & 7
Mr. Carwithen, Elem. Band; Inter. Band;
Band I-IV; Chorus; Orchestra
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Mr. Cowley, Alg. I Part I & II; Alg. II
Mrs. Fattorosi, P.E. I-IV
Coach Dedeaux, P.E. I-II
Mr. Fattorosi, Amer. & Brit. Lit.; Humor; Comp. II
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Mr. Gansen, Mod. Geo.; Behav. Sci.; Gen. Bus.
Mr. Gregg, U.S. Hist.; Soc. St. 8
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Mr. Graver, Ind. Arts 8; Mech. Draw. I-IV
Mr. Grubbs, Cons. Math I; Math 7
Mrs. Harris, P.E. 7-8
SFC Guy, ROTC
Mr. Helm, Remedial Reading
Mr. Hieronymus, Chem.; Physiology
Mrs. Howard, Spanish II, III, IV
Mrs. Hinton, Biology
Coach Hoffman, P.E. 7-8
SSG James, ROTC
Mr. Jacobs, World Hist. I; Mod. Geo.
Mr. Knoop, Eng. II; Amer. Lit.
Mr. Johnson, Typing I-II; Gen. Bus.
Mr. Koziol, Art I-IV
Mr. Lassila, Metals I-II; Wood I-II
Coach Litton, P.E. III-IV, 7-8
Mr. Mazzoni, Math 8
Mr. McCullough, Social Studies 7
Mr. Luke Palumbo, I.P.S.; Math 7
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Mrs McNaughton Home Ec. 8, I-III, Eng. 7
Mr. Patty, Life Science
Mr. Reeves, Wood I; Physics; Earth Sci.
Mrs. Riefkohl, French I-III; Spanish
Mr. Shank, Art 7-8
Mr. Sharick, Special Ed.
Mrs. Tanner, Eng. 7 & 11
Ms. Stabler, Life Sci.; Eng. 8
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Mrs. Wilferd, Eng. 7 & 8
Mr. Will, U.S. History; Soc. St. 7; Span. II
Ms. Weaver, Eng. II; Journ. I & II; Sh. Story; H.S. Read.; Bus. Eng.
Mrs. Witcher, Alg. I; Alg. I Part I; Math 8
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President Drake Carlisle
Secretary Susie Smith
Missing-Treasurer Jeff Fryer
Dee Dee House
Heidi Kuehn Francisco Lee
Lou Ann Phares
Paul Alexaitis Mari Loiseaux
Carol Berger Luke i r-ry
John Bjorneby Karen Paine
Barbara Coffey Ron Pierce
Sue DeGraw Larry Quirit
Burce Egolf Chris Real
Giovanni Ferrari Roberta Sanchez
Emilio Ho Susan Smith
Heidi Kuehn Zoy Tiniacos
Francisco Lee Scott Tomlinson
Romulo Neves, Mary Welch, and Kim Hetrick received their diplomas on Wednesday, January 19.
I, MAGDA ACOSTA bequeath my empty & odorless locker to
I, PAUL ALEXAITIES bequeath my football, baseball talents &
late party hours to Craig Minshew. I leave the knowledge of the
Greeks to Billy Theriault.
I. RALPH BARRAZA bequeath my extraordinary jeep & driving
skills to anyone who likes to drive into quicksand.
I. TERESA BARTH bequeath my drill team, drill team sabre, & all
the griping from Capt. Brown to the next unfortunate soul who
I. MAGGIE BAUER bequeath Craig Minshew my legs; Mary
Bedsworth my pom-poms; & to anyone who wants them my crazy
times at CHS.
I, TERESA BEHRE bequeath my tricks of keeping my hair
straight to Cindy Roman; & all my gum wrappers to anyone with
room enough to store them.
I, SUE BELL bequeath the MANY ups & downs of CHS to my
favorite nephew, Dennie Cooper; my driving abilities to anyone
who can afford the repairs.
I, CAROL BERGER bequeath my knee pads to Paula Davison; my
tennis racket strings to Kathy Kredell; & all the R, R, & R to Mrs.
I, BETH BERLAGE bequeath my ability to play basketball to
I, AMALIA BERNACE bequeath my good times at CHS to my
I, JOHN BJORNEBY bequeath my SR-51 calculator to any junior
who still use his fingers, & my curly locks to Mr. Knoop.
I, DRAKE CARLISLE bequeath Green Acres to an old cars' home,
my track shoes to anyone that can catch them, & my gavel to
anyone dumb enough to take it.
I. BARBARA COFFEY being of beady mind and evil eyes, be-
queath my sour notes to Mr. C., & Bobber to Beaver.
I, PETER COLLINS, bequeath all my jokes to Mr. Knoop & all my
old sneakers to Julio. Mr. Knoop, why not the Best?
I, KELVIN G. CORBETT (Ken) bequeath my Converse tennis
shoes and good memories of all the CHS basketball victories we've
had to Coach Marty Hoffman and Mrs. Laura Bilgray.
I, SHERRY DE FREES bequeath all my dresses to Julie, my driv-
ing ability to Nora, & Charlie to Bretta.
I, SUE DE GRAW bequeath all the times we were "twins" to Luis
N., & the time I got on restriction to CC.
I, JON DUDAUX bequeath a date in the year 2000 to Mary
Bedsworth, & my athletic ability to anyone who likes to get hurt.
I, EDNA DENNIS, bequeath my track ability to the one who I
think will break my records. (maybe). I will my favorite track shoes
to Maria Rodrigues
I, KARYN DUMAS bequeath drill team. All the paper he needs &
memories of our good friendship to Orlando.
I. ELENA EDWARDS bequeath my big smile & the fun I had with
my friends in CHS, to Emilla Tom (EA)
I, PAULA EDWARDS bequeath my far-out senior year to the
"supposedly" class of "78". My best wishes to all the students &
faculty of CHS.
I, RICHARD EGGER bequeath my driving ability to Mike Cirulli
& my locker to Billy Bendover.
I, BRUCE EGOLF bequeath Theresa Snider to Bob Carwithen for
the ensuing year, & my Volkswagon passenger door to Theresa
I, GIOVANNI "WOP" FERRARI bequeath my Fiat X 1/9 to Buzzy
Bjorneby, to replace the good ol' "Green Vomit".
I, JOSEPH FINNEMAN bequeath many days of sun & cheer-
fulness to all the people of CHS.
I, RONALD FORREST bequeath my Datsun to my brothers, in
hopes that they keep the bad name up.
I, JEFFREY FRYER bequeath success to all the graduating
I, KEVIN GARCIA bequeath by paper & my boring hours in MR.
Fattorosi's class to Analease Meraquin & Kelly Carlton.
I, ROGER GARNER bequeath my soccer abilities to Clayton
Walker & Stuart Smith. I hope that they will be able to match it,
which they can't.
I, BILL GILBERT bequeath all the beer possible to drink in one
year to Bob & Kevin.
I, NEWTON P. GIRAUD bequeath that all CHS students go to
Big-On The Top Of The Mountain & have a lot of fun next year
(AHI AHI AHI).
I, DANNY HALE bequeath all of my drill team skill to Mike Pierce.
I, CARISA HEATH bequeath my horse Misty Dawn to my sister
I, KIM HETRICK bequeath my memories of good times at parties
& my height to Mary Ann Spagna. Mr. Grubbs I give you a picture
of your image, Barney Rubble.
I, EMILIO HO bequeath my analysis papers & notes to Ginger
I, DEE DEE HOUSE bequeath a can of oil to Lori Ridge's squeaky
desk & all my yearbook knowledge to Ms. Stabler.
I, PATTI HOUSLEY bequeath my dolly to Laura Lentz & my coor-
dination to LaDonna Lentz, Stacy Parker, Patti Austin & Mary
I, GEORGE HUDGINS bequeath my tennis & basketball
knowledge to Lee Swearingen.
I, SABINE JACOB bequeath my basketball skills to LaVaughn
Hayes & all the future basketball players.
I, JASON JOHNSON bequeath my valve trombone to Eddie Hope
& lunch room job to any unsuspecting student.
I, TED KAUFER bequeath my B's & anything else he would like
except my skateboard & a Saturday detention, to C. R. Also I leave
Mark Collins my Toyota Killer ... Datsun.
I, HEIDI KUEHN bequeath an orange Renault (not a Spitfirel) &
all the chocolate chip cookies he can eat. & Mr Bock to Bobber.
I, WILLIAM LEDBETTER bequeath my rusty dune buggy pipes;
my lousy pool game; my boy scout compass & my funky landry to
MADE E-Z, to Mr. Gregg...if there is such a book.
I, MARC LOIZIAUX bequeath all the agonies of a sunny weekend
at the swimming pool to Keith Allaun. Clayton Walker, & Craig
I, CINDY MANN bequeath open lunch to Tom & Billy, for the rest
of their lives.
I. IRMA MARTINEZ bequeath my senior year to all the juniors,
esp, my sister Sylvia & Kat Kelsey. I hope they enjoy it as much as
I, BONNIE-JEANNE MCNAUGHTON bequeath the times to
Catou, Roman. Shelly & Ju & my taxie service to any dumb enough
to take it. To CHS I Leave...
I, LUKE MERRY bequeath the remnants of my scholastic studies
to LaVaughn Hayes.
I, DAVE MOOCHLER bequeath my truck to anyone that likes the
colors: & all of my nuts to Jimmy Carter.
I, ANNETTE MORGAN bequeath my long straight hair to Michele
Estep, who had a shocking experience.
I, PEPPER MUNOZ bequeath to all the far-out people in the C.Z.,
the sun, the sky, the ocean & the rain to cherish & take care of.
I, LUIS NEGRETE bequeath my beard & mustoche to Lee S. My
luck with cars to Kathy K. & my sportsmanlike conduct to L.
I, EDDIE OVERSTREET bequeath my shop skills & Mr. Link to
whoever is tough enough to handle 'em both.
I, KAREN PAINE bequeath my motto to all the larger bodies of
CHS: It's better to be a twiglet than a piglet.
I, DENNIS PALOMARES bequeath all my great typing ability to
Dixie Barth & my extra lunches to a worthy cause. Don Coffey.
I. LOU ANN PHARES bequeath my run-7-times to Vickie & Ron-
nie & all the love & happiness I have to offer them on April 2,
I. RONALD D. PIERCE being of scheming mind and sticky
fingers, bequeath all of my mechanical lead pencils to Mr.
Carwithen, who kept losing all of his.
I. TAMMI PLANCHON bequeath the best of luck to the upcoming
seniors. May they enjoy their senior year as the seniors of 77 have.
I. LARRY QUIRIT bequeath my worn down pair of size 8 1/2
basketball shoes to William (Smiley) Hayes.
I. CHRIS REAL bequeath my gym shorts to Clayton Walker and
any height to John Planchon so that next year he can make the
I, JOHN RIDGE bequeath my fantastic ability for not catching
snook to Beagle.
I, GILBERT RIVERA bequeath to Mr. Grubbs all my old Math
books and to R. O. T. C. my rotten uniforms, to Steve Rosario my
P6" and stripes.
I, IVE ROGER bequeath our physiology Rabbit, "Beethoven" to my
lab partner, Suzanne Steele.
I, RUBEN ROSARIO bequeath all mr\ p :rsed tapes to the
I, JEFF ROZMESKI bequeath my eternal and individual love to
my most humble & gracious self.
I, TERRI SALYER bequeath my great cheerleading talents & all
the guys on both sides & Sakimoro to Kris Kearns
I, TRACY SCOTT bequeath all the men in the world to Mary
Bedsworth & open lunch to Mary Ann Spagna for the rest of her
I, LEE SHULTZ bequeath my Dodge to anyone who thinks he can
I, SUSAN SMITH bequeath my calm, cool & collective mind &
temper to Kathy K. (she needs it more than I do) & 20 lbs. to Dawn
I, RODERICK SNYDER bequeath my superstar athletic skills to
Craig Minshew & Stuart Allen. My shorts to Mary Bedsworth.
I, LINDA STONE bequeath my management of the P. Club to
Mary Bedsworth; my platform shoes to LaDonna Lentz, & all the
happiness to Patti Austin & Bob Sherman.
I, TIM STREETER bequeath my friends & aquaintences of junior
stature to my brother Anthony J.
I, AMANDA TANNER bequeath my good spirits & love for this
school; which has given me many times to remember, to all who
will see good ole CHS through another year.
I, DON TANNER bequeath my trusty, dependable, & loyal motor-
cycle to Ms. Allaun-may she have many hours of joy with it.
I, MICHAEL TAYLOR bequeath my place on the Ft. Sherman
tower to Michael DuBrosky.
I, EVA THOMPSON bequeath my STRAIGHT hair to Dawn Rega.
My wonderous talents & singing abilities to Mr. C. & all my hap-
piness to my sister Carol.
I, RICHARD TODHUNTER bequeath my informal position in
Senior Band, the loudest clarinet player in band to Scott Slimon.
I, STEVE TRICKLER bequeath to all the upcoming seniors: may
they get on the bus as much as I have this year.
I, PAM VALENZUELA bequeath my old P.E. locker & cockroach
to Terri Berlage.
I, STEVE WAGGONER bequeath my roving 318 engine to Ronald
Forrest, so he can fly.
I, MARY WELCH bequeath all my driving knowledge, long finger
nails & dents in the car to Lori to use as she may wish.
I, LINDA WILFORD bequeath m football talents to B. K.
LeDoux; my cayuco racing skl K Allaun & to "Coe" I leave a
much better senior year that I had
I, BRENDA YERXA beque my good luck at CHS to Ronald
I, DONNA YERXA bequc th all the partying lunch hours & boring
school days to Bird Be anger.
equeath a book entitles BECOMING RICH I, WILLIAM ROGER bequeath m ,hle. (H(owdie) to Jim Orr.
I, FRANCISCO LEE be
A Bunch Of Babies
A: William Roger
B: Tim Streeter
C: Linda Wilford
D: Teresa Hodge
E: Terri Salyer
F: Richard Egger
G: Susan Smith
H: John Ridge
I: John Bjorneby
J: Teresa Behre
K: Jeff Fryer
L: Sue DeGraw
M: Paula Edwards
N: Maggie Bauer
O: Peter Collins
K A: Sue Bell
SD: Irma Martinez
;. H: DeeDee House
,. K: Ki Hetrick
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B: Karen Dumas
C: Francisco Lee
D: Irma Martinez
E: Teresa Barth
F: Donna Yerxa -
G: Eva Thompson
H: DeeDee House l o
I: Bruce Egolf
J: Karen Paine
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L: Ron Pierce P
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N: Jason Johnson
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A: Chris Real
B: Mark Simons
C: Sabine Jacob
D: Mike Taylor
E: Tracy Scott
F: Amalia Bernace
G: Newton Giraud
H: Larry Quirit
I: Magda Acosta
J: Barbara Coffey
K: Dennis Palomares
L: Rick Todhunter
M: Carl Heath
N: Bonnie McNaughton
O: Mary Welch
P: Tammie Planchon
A: Annette Morgan
B: Rod Snyder
C: Victor Rivera
D: Karen Riley
E: Brenda Yerxa
F: Luke Merry
G: Elena Edwards
H: Jimmy King
I: Carol Berger
J: Steve Trickier
K: Zoy Tiniacos
L: Danny Hale
M: Jon Dedeaux
Will Your Class Picture
Be As Funny
Mr. and Miss
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Ron Pierce Amanda Tanner
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Francisco Lee Heidi Kuehn
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Pat MacNeil displays photo sent to him by Carter.
Jason, Barbara, and Buzzy ham it up together.
Doing what we do best...
Faster than a rolling 0, he's Letter Man!
Donna Yerxa- "Do you have an appointment?"
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President Maria Rodruquez
Secretary Heather Slimon
Treasurer Beverly Allen
Patrick Aldridge Ana Alicea
Betty Ann Bird
Jose Cavazos Michael Cirulli
Steve Fetherston Melody Gassman
La Vaughn Hayes
Rick Keith Kathleen Kelsey
Ivan Maltz Sylvia Martinez
Kathy Parker Stacy Parker
LaDonna Lentz Ray Macht
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Kanilo Scott Ginger Sell
William Theriault Teresa Todhunter
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We never thought we'd make the Allstarsl
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Treasurer Cheri Gercich
Secretary Betty Kay LeDoux
Vice President Steve Arnold
President Kathy Kredell
Leonardo Mike Dixie
Barker Barnes Barth
Diana Lynn Jennifer
Dacus Daetwiler Davison-
Kevin Nidia Wynne Jim
Ellis Farnum Favorite Fergusor
..3U Mike Bernice Denise Frances
Keith Kelly Kelly Kienzle
i. Victor Betty Laura Brent
Kathy Lau LeDoux Lentz Litton Michael
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Donald .. Larry Tom
Love MacNeil Mann
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Marcum Roderic Michael Robert Laura
Marshall Mazerolle Menges 1 yer
Minehart Margaret Rodolfo Barbara Elva Morgan
Moebus Mon Moochler Moolchan
Sandra Claudia Marcella Richard
Mullins Murphy Myers Ned
John Ron Linard Cynthia
Overstreet Palomares Parsons Patton
Len Susan Randy Linda .
dSanschargrin Schliekelman Schreiber Sell Bob
S. Marlene Mary Ann Dini Bruce
Sandy Snyder Spagna Sperling Stern Lynnette
David Craig Swearingen Rhonda
Strom Swain Taylor
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James George Mike
Valencia Vamprine Wahlbrink